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Google's Android Gaining Mobile Market Share

Latest comScore stats show Google's mobile OS is making significant gains versus other smartphone platforms.

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Day 1: Intel AppUp Elements 2010

Day 1 of Intel AppUp Elements 2010 included the keynote followed by intimate talks focused on three core pillars: monetization, fragmentation, and visibility. App developers were presented with the Intel vision of the app marketplace today and the near future.

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Day 2: Intel AppUp Elements 2010

Day 2 of Intel AppUp Elements 2010 included topics to help developers make money with apps, promote apps to increase success, and understand the continuously evolving apps ecosystem. Attendees also had access to Blackbelt level developers and Adobe AIR developers. Let's take a closer look. Rock Out with Your Blocks Out The Stretch Your Mind track was aptly named. Sessions ranged from panels on netbook consumer behavior to security to in depth development platform reviews for Adobe AIR and MeeGo SDK. The power behind all of this mind stretching activity? Yes. TWINKIES. RWW spoke with several developers and capture what they are take away...

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MeeGo Developer Day - Day 2 at IDF

Yesterday, I attended and presented at the MeeGo Developer Day event, a side event running in parallel with the larger Intel Developer Forum (IDF) event. We had a full day and a great audience, who asked smart questions.

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Doctors Will Use Dell Streak Tablets When Treating Patients

At 5-inches, the Streak is a lot more portable than the iPad—but still not quite as pocket-friendly (lab coat-friendly?) as the iPhone. Nonetheless, that's where Dell wants to place its tablets, ramming it with a healthcare software app.

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